From: Stephen R Smoot (email@example.com)
Message-Id: <200406281354.i5SDseNo003180@mail.ffcast.com> Subject: tcptrace-bugs 6.6.1 bug with -e? Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 06:54:40 -0700 From: Stephen R Smoot <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Are there known problems with -e in 6.6.1?
It usually works fine, but sometimes generates traces which have
zillions of nulls at the end, so I suspect some length field is
beign messed up somewhere.
As an exampl, I did a tcpdump, then did a tcptrace -e and
wc -c * => 8003460906 total
whereas the orig tcpdump was 21766447 chars long,
and if I look at the largest files, they have lots of nulls.
(PS as far as I can tell there are no graph/counters for concurrent tcp
sessions open, am I missing something, or should I add it?)
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